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Celina Hinchcliffe interview: Southern heart and northern soul for Owls fan presenter



The credentials of Sky News’ Celina Hinchcliffe are without question as she continues to enjoy a status as one of the most esteemed female figures in British broadcasting, and Match of the Day’s very first female presenter has a foot firmly in each camp when it comes to this site’s two main subject areas. Read more →

Lee Grant interview: On the line and on the button – Clarets stopper keeping it on track


Burnley goalkeeper and former Sheffield Wednesday favourite Lee Grant is preparing for a reunion with his old club this Tuesday, and after his time as the team DJ in his Hillsborough days he is still working at striking the balance in the thankless task of catering for a squad’s diverse music tastes. Read more →

Jon McClure interview: ‘Get up, stand up… for the Wednesday!’ – The Reverend’s musical utopia


This year has heralded the return of renowned Sheffield band Reverend and the Makers with the release of their third studio album this week ably supplemented by festival and tour dates packed into the schedule. Frontman and ardent Sheffield Wednesday supporter Jon McClure has been vociferous in his belief that the state of mainstream music needs realigning, and he reveals which artists he’d erase from the scene, as well as how his dream festival scenario would play out. Read more →

Ian Taylor interview: From the wheels of steel to the best beats in town for ex-Villa idol


Revered as a Holte End hero in his distinguished Premier League days with boyhood club Aston Villa, ex-midfielder and leisure time DJ Ian Taylor is creating a buzz with his own brand of audio products, a far cry from the days when he couldn’t afford to buy records! Read more →

Lloyd Owusu interview: Striker still raising the roof Down Under


Lloyd Owusu made his name with spells at the likes of Brentford, Sheffield Wednesday and Reading, and now the striker and one-time DJ’s 15-year career has taken him back to Australia for a second spell in Adelaide. Read more →